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She's the One


 

She's The One is a Romantic Comedy starring Edward Burns, Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Aniston, Maxine Bahns, Mike McGlone and John Mahoney. The first of two feature films Susan Graef edited for Edward Burns, She's The One follows the love life of Mickey (Edward Burns) as he impulsively weds a woman (Maxine Bahns) he picked up in his cab. His brother (Mike McGlone) and father (John Mahoney) disapprove, but his sister in law (Jennifer Aniston) approves and Mickey's ex-fiancee Cameron Diaz adds fire to the mix.

 


The Golden Boys


 

Three retired sea Captains played by David Carradine, Bruce Dern and Rip Torn "advertise" for a wife so that they have someone to keep their home clean and meals cooked.  This delightful comedy also stars Muriel Hemingway and John Savage shot on location in Chatham, Massachusetts.

 

The Derby Stallion


Zac Effron stars in this Dramedy about a young boys dream to ride in The Kentucky Derby.

 


Puccini For Beginners


A romantic screwball comedy starring Elizabeth Reaser, Gretchen Mol and Justin Kirk. Allegra (Reaser) recently split from her girlfriend Samantha (Julianne Nicholson) finds herself caught in a lover's triangle between couple Philip (Kirk) and Grace (Mol) also newly broken up. This is Susan's second Feature working with writer and director Maria Maggenti.


The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls In Love


 

The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love is the first of two Features Susan has cut for writer/director Maria Maggenti.  Starring Laurel Holloman and Nicole Parker as two teenage girls falling in love...with each other.  Made on a shoe string budget for two hundred and fifty thousand, The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls In Love premiered at Sundance Film Festival.  Distributed by New Line, it went on to gross almost two million at the box office.